Boyds At-One Adjustable Gunstock Now Shipping

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posted on May 4, 2017
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Boyds Gunstocks is now shipping its new At-One adjustable gunstocks, which we first caught a glimpse of at SHOT Show 2017.  With an adjustable buttpad for length and the comb, consumers can precisely customize and fine-tune the fit of their firearms in the field without the need for tools or hardware. 



The At-One gunstock is available for most popular rifle models and 11 colors. The polymer plate attached to the lower section of the shoulder stock protects against all-too-common bumps and bruises to the stocks finish. All of the stocks come equipped with a single-point sling mount that, with the push of a button, can be moved to either side of the stock in seconds. Shift the recoil pad from a 12.5" to 14" length-of-pull (LOP). Increase the height of the cheek rest by up to 9/16ths of an inch.

As with all Boyds gunstocks, the At-One is constructed of top-grade laminated hardwood that is dried to exacting specifications to ensure a rifle's rigidity and stability. It’s also sealed with chemical-resistant finishes for long-lasting durability in all weather conditions. 


MSRP: $189. To learn more and see all the options, visit atonegunstocks.com.

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